Emhart Glass welcomes Javier Hernandez to the Service group

Javier has joined Emhart Glass as a Service Engineer. Prior to joining Emhart Glass he had worked as a Field Service Engineer.

He has previously worked in the molds and plastics machinery, and automated welding and cutting machinery industries.

He has extensive experience in PLC’s, pneumatics, electrical and electronic machine controls, networks and data transmission systems. Some of his projects included machinery audits, followed with design and implementation of new machine control systems and mechanical rebuilds.

Javier graduated from Universidad del Zulia, in Maracaibo, Venezuelawith a BSEE in Electrical Engineering. He is fluent in English and Spanish, and can also converse in Portuguese and Italian.

Initially, Javier will focus on Veritas iM as well as the T6000 and AC Servo Mechanisms.

Javier is relocating from Miami, Fla. to Elmira, NY. He will work out of our Elmira office reporting to Burdette Passmore, Service Manager. We are excited about him joining our company and the level of experience he brings to our Customer Service Group.

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